I really enjoy a lot of the discussions here on the blog. Recently, there have been a few times where being in the flow of life has come up. I really like this subject, and I think it is very important for us to be able to move with life and adapt to different situations, and to also try to be content whether things are chaotic or monotonous.
As a teenager, I used to focus a lot on being in the flow. As an adult with kids and a job, it's a lot more difficult. It can be easy to get caught up in the daily grind of life and just push through each day without taking time to breathe and enjoy the good things in life.
With my training, I have had to shorten my practice and workouts this last week because of an extra workflow. I seem to get extra work around the holidays, probably because so many people take the time off. I'm okay with that though.
I have also noticed lately that when I workout, if I don't feel it in my muscles for the rest of the day, I don't feel like I did enough. I probably shouldn't always base my satisfaction on that though, because I think my muscles heal a lot faster since I have been working out more.
I also got my next CLF videos, so Kang, you'd better be working on it so you can finish the CLF form with me! I'm going to be working on it.